Labor Market Emergence and Returns to Education in Rural China
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- Qiang Li & Alan de Brauw & Scott Rozelle & Linxiu Zhang, 2005. "Labor Market Emergence and Returns to Education in Rural China," Review of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 27(3), pages 418-424.
- Scott Rozelle & Qiang Li & Linxiu Zhang & Alan deBrauw, "undated". "Labor Market Emergence and Returns to Education in Rural China," REAP Papers 22567, Rural Education Action Project at Stanford University.
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